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Renew or tax your vehicle for the first time using a reminder letter, your log book or the green 'new keeper' slip - and how to tax if you do not have any documents
Check and report if a vehicle has up-to-date vehicle tax or is 'off road' (SORN)
Find out what information DVLA holds about your driving licence or create a check code to share your driving record, for example to hire a car
Tell DVLA you've sold your vehicle or transferred it to a new registered keeper (owner), or that you've bought a vehicle
Check a vehicle's details, tax and SORN status and expiry dates on the Driver Vehicle and Licensing Agency (DVLA) database - online and telephone enquiries
Apply online to renew your 10-year driving licence, full or provisional - cost, payment methods, documents and information you need
Change the address on your full or provisional driving licence for free - do it online or by post
Apply for your first provisional driving licence from DVLA online to drive a car, motorbike or moped.
Find the right phone number, email or postal address to contact DVLA about driving licences, vehicle tax, medical enquiries and vehicle registration
Register your vehicle as off the road - you will not need to pay vehicle tax until you put it on the road again
Update your vehicle log book (V5C) and send it to DVLA to change your address.
Get a replacement log book (V5C) if the original has been lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed, or you have not received one for your new vehicle.
Replace your full or provisional driving licence online with DVLA if it's been lost, stolen, damaged or destroyed.
Renew your driving licence online if you're 70 or over. Use form D46P to apply by post
Tell DVLA when your address changes so your driving licence, vehicle log book (V5C), vehicle tax and other details are up to date
Check someone's driving record - vehicles they can drive, penalty points and disqualifications
Track your driving licence application if you've already made an online application
Tables showing the rates for vehicle tax for different types of vehicle.
Your vehicle tax is cancelled and you get a refund for any full months of remaining tax when you tell DVLA you no longer have the vehicle or it's off the road
Application for a vehicle registration certificate, also known as a log book (V5C).
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